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Keith O'Kane
Nicey replies: Yes we reviewed a couple of those tea making deciding things in the last newsletter. I think what is needed is a client server architecture with some form of simple messaging protocol so that people can broadcast when the the kettle is going on and other people can register for tea in a FIFO queue. Ideally all the tea drinking equipment like kettles and mugs would have sensors with bluetooth built in so they could report their status by relaying to your desktop PC. The Kettle might need its own little WiFi enabled base. The whole thing could come in a big kit consisting of sensors, WiFi kettle and portable Java based software. You could then simply click something on your PC to register for tea, and when your mug gets hot and then cools down again that effectively completes that tea cycle. Registering for tea might instruct you to go and make it, and for who.

Its just an idea. Alternatively you could just give people a shout when you put the kettle on.

Chris Capon
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Nicey replies: Yes I think Good Food Live tried to get some Chocolate Bath Olivers from Fortnum and Masons also. Nigel McCrea at Huntley and Palmers certainly freely ventured the fact that he gets asked for them and they may fit well with their new portfolio of products. Not sure about the licensing issues, however. We have had a chance to try all of their new range now, and I have to say its all really excellent stuff. The little tiny sweet biscuits were very posh affairs indeed, with lost of hazelnuts and brittle caramel. The crackers were all excellent almost like dark corn tortillas but flavoured poppy seeds or rye and sesame. The little checkers after dinner mints indeed kept us amused playing draughts after a big family dinner yesterday, although people started getting a bit suicidal toward the end so we could eat the pieces.

Brian Barratt
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